By Ruth M. Beard
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G. getting hold of a toy with a string on it, or finding an adequate response to an attempt at imitation. 'Daddy' is anyone who lights a pipe or who stretches out his arms as his father does, while 'Mummy' is used as a term expressing desire for something. ) In each of these cases the child has developed a verbal schema which is mid-way between a sensori-motor schema and a conceptual schema; they are sensori-motor schemas in process of becoming concepts. It is true that there is already partial dissociation from the child's activity, but the verbal sign used is an individual one which varies in meaning, in place of the fixed socially accepted verbal sign.
But in trying to steer the handle to his mouth he catches it on his arm (he sees this happen); he pulls harder and harder but does not succeed in correcting the movement 23 THE SENSORI-MOTOR PERIOD by turning the rattle in the other direction. (Piaget, 1955·) A month later Laurent is able to turn his bottle about, is allowed to view both ends but, presented with the wrong end, sucks it, looks at it, sucks again and becomes dis~ couraged. He must see some of the rubber before he realizes that he should turn the bottle round.
Piaget also almost entirely neglects affective influences on thinking; but, as we shall see in discussion at the ends of later chapters, in particular Chapter 2, affective components enter into every cognitive structure. Severe emotional deprivation may drastically limit intellectual development, and, as everyone knows from experience, distaste for certain studies with some limitation in these areas, follows on unpleasant or uncongenial experiences in learning. So many possible influences on the level of thinking attained result inevitably in uneven development, as we see if we test anyone child in a wide range of concepts.
An Outline of Piaget's Developmental Psychology by Ruth M. Beard